Making a child's room is always a hell for loving parents. How to please the boy? How not to go too far with the pink color for the girl? And other pressing issues are always tortured when creating a child's interior. We have collected 20 best and freshest ideas for the design of the children's room for the boy, we hope they will help you.
Add exquisite playfulness with geometric patterns and rich colors. Wall painting over the fireplace gives the interior an individuality and warmth. A bright yellow table was made by the design studio Muuto.
During the design of this house in Chelsea, designer Stephen Aiker liked most of all to work on this bedroom for two boys. The starting point was the hobby of the older child by trains and locomotives - thanks to this the designer decided to decorate the walls with wallpaper with a pattern in the form of locomotives, which he decided to combine with a turquoise carpet and a red and white pattern of fabrics. Now the room looks original and cheerful, without producing an impression of congestion or sourness.
Modern style and open plan
In this modern children's bedroom there is a self-contained two-level unit that creates a feeling of comfort in this spacious room with an open plan. This feeling is enhanced by the color strokes and the pattern. Blue carpets in the form of a tiger skin are made by the design firm Mustache.
Drawing wallpapers Vivienne Westwood
Brightness of color and pattern enliven this bedroom and are its characteristic feature. Wallpapers with a graphic red and white classic pattern from Vivienne Westwood seem to be much more interesting than most of the toys.
Designers Cecile Figett and Frederic Bonnen from the French studio Minakani Lab create wallpaper and panoramic panels with huge images of animals and nature with rare motifs and light, airy composition. Such wallpapers are printed in Paris and fully correspond to the size of your walls and the color scheme of the interior.
Heads of soft toys as decoration
In the design of this children's bedroom, the designer Suzy Hudless used furniture pieces in the style of the neo-modern and dark color scheme combined with several bright strokes. Cheerful playfulness attached to the head of the toy animals, decorating the walls and painted fire in the fireplace.
And the theme of this children's bedroom in western London is travel. On one wall adorns a map of the world, which is complemented by a sofa-canape, the upholstery of which is decorated with a drawing in the form of a map of New York.
Cool blue color
The special atmosphere of the country house designer Gabby Dimning created in this children's bedroom with the help of painted wooden furniture and fabrics with "faded" stripes.
Interesting bunk beds
Turning this little attic room into a bedroom for two boys was not such a simple task, requiring considerable resourcefulness. Nevertheless, the designer Kate Earl coped with it brilliantly.
Beds in a row
When it comes to placing furniture in a children's bedroom for two boys, you need to think creatively. The beds do not have to stand side by side, as the designer Kate Earl demonstrated.
Under the stars
In the children's bedroom, designed by designer David Bentheim, the bed is located in an alcove, the ceiling of which is strewn with LED lights resembling a star.
Color and pattern
Over this house in London's Notting Hill area, designer Maria Speke worked. The children's bedroom is decorated in a direct playful style, with bright green carpets, a rich pattern and birch plywood shelves.
Style for two
The design of this bedroom for two boys with two identical beds was created by Italian firm Zanotta, designer Andrew Fossey and company Chris Dyson Architects.
A rich combination
In the case of this children's bedroom, the design company Casamidy was not afraid to combine many different elements. There are leather upholstered backs of the bed, maps on the walls, vintage airplanes and pillows with a picture from Marimekko Unikko.
Do you have a small apartment? This children's bedroom, designed by designer Yves Mercier, is really impressive. Located in a tiny house in Chelsea, this multifunctional room includes a loft bed, two benches built into the wall that turn into beds (bed linen is hidden in a drawer under the bed) and a third, pull-out bed (pictured).
The attic space in the Victorian house turned into a children's bedroom thanks to the designers Thomas Croft, John Cullen and Sarah Deleyney. The task of the designers was to make the bedroom interior easy and comfortable. It seems that they coped with it.
Charm of Vintage
The design of this room was designed by a married couple Jorge Almada and Anne-Maria Midi for their own children. The original vintage leather backs for beds are the idea of Jorge.
Pink for boys
If you are lucky and you have free. No one occupied the attic space, turn it into a room for games. So did the designers Aanna-Maria Midi and Jorge Almada with their home in Brussels. It's quite a bold decision to use the balsamic black-colored lockers in the boys' room.
Room with a giraffe
This charming giraffe is a wonderful addition to the children's bedroom, but the best feature of these wallpapers is that they are magnetic.
Perhaps, in your house there are no beautiful architectural features like brickwork or original pipes or parquet floors. But if you have enough space, then this is a bed-tent in combination with bed linen with a picture in the subject - that's all you need to make a children's bedroom really effective. And for a bed, you can choose any other color.
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